The platoons equipment park - vehicles in the middle are various manufacturers but the tow truck and Tanker are I believe, Skybirds - repro 1930s toys that fit in quite well (though some may be a little bigger than 1/72). Morris radio trucks is Britannia, with Frontline Morris trucks to the left top of pic.
Early War Miniatures British infantry in 08 pattern webbing and solar topees. Excuse the grey base edges, left to differentiate between mine and Chris's figures.......(lies lies and damn lies, you ran out of time Ade.....heck and I would have got away with it too if wasn't for you meddling kids........)
What I really like about the EWM figs is that with separate heads you can position them in multiple ways, and even get those firing to look along the barrels of their weapons. Great figs
Matchbox Vickers Wellesley, one of the most asked about models on the table. Bombs were carried in the panniers but on this occasion provided the RAF recce capability. I'm hoping to convert a Westland Wallace back to a Wapiti to provide Army Co-op aircraft for the November outing. If it doesn't go to plan it will just be a Wapiti with an engine cowling.....ergo a Wallace....
Gloster Gladiator, the new Airfix tooling
Rebels advance through the Olive Groves
The centre piece for the village is the Mosque by Battle Honours 3D. May need to re-visit the lower half to get a consistent colour match. Chris even had a figure for the minaret calling the village people to prayer. Adobes are Frontline, need to address some of the older ones and also add a couple of other buildings which may well be scratchbuilt....we'll see
Centre of the village, civilians go about their daily tasks
Washing the feet, the civilian figures are resin Miniatures from a company called Nikolai
Fetching water from the well
Awarded Best Demo, very pleasantly surprised